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Watching the roborace car go up the hill at Goodwood last year was pretty cool.
But folks didn't really seem to embrace the idea of a race car with no driver.
So this year the series organizers are going to send their dev two point O car up the former Lord marches driveway.
And this one has space for a human driver too.
This of course makes us wonder what point of an autonomous racing series is, if there is a human driver onboard.
But hey, ours is not to wonder why.
We are thrilled to have long been developed members of the cult of minis john Cooper Works GP.
While the standard Mini Cooper has cheeky styling and fun handling on its side.
The GP is a fire breathing, angry little hatch that strains at its leash at every opportunity.
The new GP seems to continue perfectly this proud tradition and that's why we got all Twitter painted when we saw that the many folks were taking it to the ring for some shaking down It managed to turn a sub-8 minute lap while it was there, not bad.
Now let's drive the damn thing.
Porsche is the latest manufacturer to be bit by the recall bug.
The 2003 to 2010 Cayenne and the 2010 to 2016 Panamera are experiencing issues with their gear selector cable bushing, that can allow the gear indicator to show that the vehicle's in park, but it might not actually be, which could cause a rollaway.
Now here's the thing.
The affected Vin numbers for this recall are all over the map.
So don't go beating down your dealers door if you vehicle lives inside that affected your range, wait for a notice in the mail which should show up sometime early in August.
Until then, though, maybe don't forget to use your parking brake.
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